Kingdom of Westland
Kingrik Västland
Anthem: 'Löng kan e Rägeran'
('Long May He Reign')
Kingdom of Westland circa. 1923
Capital Viksesta (until 11th century)
Brikkstö (until 1923)
Official languages Old Westlandic (until 16th century)
Westlandic (until 1923)
Demonym Westlandic

- Absolute (until 1560)

- Constitutional (until 1923)
• Monarch

- Æthelstan (first)

- Oska II (last)
• Chancellor

- Egbert Æthelsson (first)

- Olla Vulfhers (last)

- Witanagemot (until 1698)

- Parliament (until 1923)
• Unification of Wessex, Sussex and Kent
• Formation of Kingdom of Westland
• Consitutional Reform
• Abolition of the Monarchy
12th February 1923
Currency - Krona (until 1923)
The Kingdom of Westland (Westlandic: Kingrik Västland) was a sovereign in the British Isles in Western Europe which existed between the 10th century and 1923. The Kingdom occupied the territory of the current day Westlandic People's Republic. The Kingdom shared a land border with the Kingdom of England from 927 to 1707 and the United Kingdom from 1707 to 1923. It bordered to the Westlandic Channel to the South, and the Atlantic Ocean to the West. Its first capital was Viksesta, however it transitioned to Brikkstö in the 11th century. The last ruling house of the Kingdom was the House of Westland, which ruled from the end 11th century, after the end of the war with Denmark, until 1923. The last monarch was King Oska II who reigned from 1899 until 1923 when the monarchy was abolished following the Westlandic Revolution, which created the interim Westlandic Socialist Republic between 1923 and 1925, which then trasitioned into the current Wesltandic People's Republic

The Kingdom traced its origins back to the Anglo-Saxon settlement of England and the Heptarchy, where it had formerly been known as Wessex before 927. Wessex had been founded as a fiefdom in the 5th century, by Cynric and Cerdic, who founded the House of Wessex, which later transitioned into the House of Westland. Wessex separeted itself from the Kingdom of England when it was formed in 927 and became independent as Westland. Westland, for several decades, remained the most powerful out of the two kingdoms, however England began to overtake Westland in terms of economic and subsequently political power during the 12th and 13th centuries. Before 1923, the Kingdom was one of the longest continuously existing states in history, spanning 10 centuries from its founding to its dissolution.